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Monday, October 16, 2006

Cebu Pacific now on regular flight from Cebu to Clark

Cebu Pacific is now making regular flights from Cebu to Clark and vice versa, according to Presidential Assistant for Central Luzon Renato Diaz.

"This is a healthy development for our tourism industry," said Diaz, in a talk to newsmen during a jobs fair he spearheaded here in connection with the job creation program of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

He said with Cebu Pacific, tourists from Cebu can now fly directly to Clark, visit Central Luzon then motor to Northern Luzon via Pangasinan for a stop-over to the Hundred Islands and Manaoag before proceeding to La Union and Baguio and thereafter to Vigan and Laoag.

This is the first time that a direct flight from Cebu to Clark and vice versa was established, he said.

With Cebu Pacific, investors from Cebu can now see in lesser travel time the potentials of Clark and Subic, including other areas in Central and Northern Luzon without passing though Manila anymore.

Diaz said that, on the other hand, traders from Central and Northern Luzon can now bring their products for sale in Cebu and the Visayas through the airline.

"This is what we call cooperation and integration. We are now integrating the tourism in Cebu with ours in Central and Northern Luzon," said Diaz, one-time presidential assistant for Northern Luzon.

He said this was made possible by the Arroyo administration which is bent on integrating resources of regions for better Philippine economy. (PNA)


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